The Almost Complete History of the World

The Almost Complete History of the World

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The Almost Complete History of the World is the most complete collection of historical events ever captured in one gripping volume, and is a must have for every home

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Product details

  • Paperback | 400 pages
  • 230 x 296 x 28mm | 1,800.75g
  • PIER 9
  • Millers Point, Australia
  • English
  • 1742667090
  • 9781742667096
  • 168,087

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Customer reviews

What's inaccurate about this book? Nothing! And they aren't rewriting history. Otherwise they would have written a whole lot of rubbish about Jesus. Unfortunately, from an historical perspective it is difficult for a historian to talk about the life and death of Jesus Christ because of the gaps and lack of evidence. The historians would be saying this may have happened or that may have happened. Not very good reading. Remember - unlike nearly all other historical figures - we don't have any documents written by Jesus and NOT ONE person wrote about him while Jesus was still alive. Only many decades after his death. So it's a bit hard to talk about someone who, likely existed, but not much evidence, just more
by Chris Horrocks
I think the thing that most shocked me was the complete absence of the life and death of Jesus Christ and birth of Christianity. He goes from from 30 BC and jumps to 79 AD. Very strange. You might say, well he doesnt want to focus on religion...well no so. He spends one chapter on "the Calling of Mohammad" and all of his teachings. I do not recommend this book to anyone to read. Well perhaps use this as an example of how men want to rewrite history to serve their own more
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